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TxLymie
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I see they have all kinds of formulas (parasite cleanse, liver cleanse, lyme formula, candida cleanse etc) on their web site. What have you all used and what worked for you? Which did you start first with?

I am going to order today but there are so many options I'm not sure where to start. I guess I will start with the parasite cleanse.

After reading all of that (and hearing all of your stories) i don't know how I can NOT do it...I'm a little freaked out.

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I would like to know also.
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They all did nothing for me. Waste of $$$. Just my experience.
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TxLymie,

I have been taking antiparasitic herbs for over 3 yrs and they have helped me a lot. Clearing these parasites from the G.I. track and other organs is not a one shot deal.

There are other antiparasitics and colon cleansers such as Dr.Natura and Hulda Clark as well as Humaworm. Persistence is key.

People will spend thousnands of dollars on antibiotics and other meds that don't seem to clear these infections and will keep taking them for yrs.


I am not against antibiotics when needed. The herbs and salt/c protocol saved my life. Check

out www.lymephotos.com

This is EXACTLT what poured out of me after 6 mos of antiparasitoc herbs and salt/c. Don't be discouraged from doing this. It is VITAL to get rid of these parasites in order to get rid of this disease.

Good luck,

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I'm starting humaworm this week. I'm excited : )
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quote:
Originally posted by seekhelp:
They all did nothing for me. Waste of $$$. Just my experience.

Consider though that the cost of purchasing Humaworm is a low waste of $$$ if it doesn't work for you versus other methods.

I think Humaworm is worth trying per the cost of it and that it's natural. I tried it a few months back and didn't think it did much for me either. However, I plan on buying some more since a person most likely needs to run a few courses of it to get the benefits of it.

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Aren't 70% of parasites microscopic?

Hmmmm

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The parasites on lymephotos are not microscopic. Many are macroscopic, but the roundworms and tapeworms are macroscopic.

It takes many courses of antiparasitic herbs. Rotating herbs is important as well.

Gael

[ 01-20-2010, 11:27 AM: Message edited by: glm1111 ]

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glm, I know... i was referring to the posters who say "nothing happened."

How can they know?


BTW, will humaworm go after tapeworm?

I suspect this is one of my biggest obstacles (see weight loss eating a ton of food, etc)

I can't wait to get that sucker outta there

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I had visible parasites from Humaworm, though most have parasites of the microscopic variety. I did pass a tapeworm with Humaworm.

I had to take something different for the roundworms though - enula worked great for that.

When I had a tapeworm, my stomach would move around .... I thought it was food digesting .... it does not move around anymore. I felt much better after getting rid of it. I ate a tremendous amount of food (twice that of my teenage son).

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Six, I had the same experience as you with the tapeworm and the humaworm. This was eye opening, literally! Never tried the enula...but may later when I do another parasite cleanse.
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Boy I hope this happens for me.

I eat like a PIG!!!!!!!!

People think I'm crazy. We will sit down for dinner... eat.... and when I get home I'll start heating something up lol

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It's pretty unnerving when you see a HUGE worm, isn't it?

With the enula, I saw probably 30 roundworms that were 10-15 in. long. That was pretty gross, too.

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Enula... is that an herb?

You can take it alone?

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I think Humaworm has alot of different formulas so you can rotate the treatments. It's probably a good idea to do that since the parasites can develop tolerance to some of the herbs.

Just doing green, black walnut hulls, wormwood, & cloves helped me alot. It's not expensive. It's a typical anti-parasite combo. I bought a bottle for $10 at the Vitamin Store.

I sent my doctor photos I took when I was doing alot of cleansing over the summer & he had no idea what they were. He told me to take samples to the health department...

It's alittle late for that.

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TxLymie
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Thanks for all the replies!

I do have a question I have asked before but everyone avoids answering it so I'm going to ask again.

I understand a tapeworm or roundworm is probably easy to see. But some of these other smaller parasites...how do you see them? Not to be gross but if you are taking pictures of these are you going through your stool to see what is in there?

I just don't understand how these parasites would just come out in the toilet and be easily visible (except the really big ones)?

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yes..you can probe with a chopstick...otherwise you may not see the tapeworm or round worm either.

Most are contained in the stool.

You will see flukes too.

Go to curezone.com and look at parasite pictures.

Learn what to look for if you want to know what you are killing.

Or don't look and just know you are getting rid of something.

I also saw some in my urine...floating toward the bottom of toilet, clearish, very thin and 1/2 to 3/4 inch long...they roll up into little balls, and when touched with chopstick, they unravel. Threadworm and pinworm. MOst parasites will go to the bottom of toilet if not encased in stool or when released from stool.

I find it is good to see what I am killing.

Tapeworm comes out in pieces usually. Need to see pictures so you what it looks like. Tapeworm ishard to kill, and humawoarm only kills some of the pieces on the end of it... Everything is dead when it comes out!

I used coQ10 after I did the humaworm to kill the complete tapeworm...and did get a very large ...long piece out with the head later. I do not recommend the coQ10...without guidance. You could get ill from the viruses it releases.

I only did that after I knew I had a tapeworm from seeing it pieces originally in my stool.

I felt so much better after the humaworm,,,definatly worth it!

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Do you ever get them all or do the survivors just reproduce and come back? How do you know when to stop?

S

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TxLymie
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Thank you LightParfait!

Finally someone answered my question [Smile]

I have been to many of the web sites and seen how the parasites look. My problem is I just don't think I would have the stomach to go thru my stool (yuk!). But on the other hand I would like to know if anything is being released from my body.

What did you mean by coQ10 releasing a virus? I never heard of that. I've been taking that for 7 months. I used to have chest pain but since taking that it has stopped. I though CoQ10 was good for circulation and cardiac issues. How can it release a virus?

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tonight is the first day i began to take the humaworm, hope all goes well with me on this product

had them for 2 weeks......

can someone tell me if i will feel a herx on this product, will i feel ill, will i feel any stomach ace, or everything will be ok on this.

i will not take no more till tomorrow, since i took two for the first time tonight.

it says wait 30 minutes before eating..

six do i take my charcoal 2 hrs later, or this is not needed. thanks six

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